I have not seen anyone else with the same oxygen I use and, at my last doctor's visit a guy asked me about it. The doc I am using now did not get me the oxygen. Anyway it's called INOGENONE. Originally I just had the INOGEN but the company replaced the cylinder with this one. It is small, weighs about 9 lbs I guess, never needs filling and is the only one FAA approved. It is a concentrator too and can be recharged using the car battery on trips or, when at home, you just leave it plugged in to the outlet. My insurance company pays for most of it and we pay $23 a month. I guess if you look up INOGEN on the www you should get some info on it. Just thought you all might be interested because you can go anywhere with it. As a matter of fact, my hubby and I did a cruise at Christmas and I had absolutely no trouble with it at all.
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